Danny Caro's Team of the Week - April 17
Russell Corin (Hendon United SC A) - faced a barrage of abuse from Redbridge fans in the Harvey Ackerman stand but answered them the best way, with a world-class performance. Didn’t serve to be on the losing side
Dan Sasto (Southgate Harmen B) - “fantastic display, won countless of how many tackles, headers and blocks he made. Simple superb”
Robbie Weber (Southgate Harmen B) - “last game after six years at Harmen. He is hanging up his boots but signed off with a masterful lob from 25 yards out to equalise
Josh Franklin (Faithfold C) - “scored and won countless tackles in cup final against UJIA
Ashley Burns (Southgate Harmen B) - “captain’s performance, continuously driving the team forward. Capped it with a magnificent cross shot winner
Steve Gevertz (Redbridge Jewish Care A) - rewarded for an eye-catching cameo in the recent league win over Hendon, Sam McCarthy’s faith in Gevertz was repaid with a towering performance in the midfield engine room
Rick Harris (Camden Park) - wise, old head did the business for Camden against Brady.
Michael Woolf (Blizzard Storm) - played a vital role in the midfield engine room against Inter Borehamwood.
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge JC C) - capped an excellent performance against Zig Zag with a goal
Dan Vandermolen (Blizzard Storm) - not many 16-year-olds can say they scored the winner against Inter. But Vandermolen can, and it was the strike that saw the Blizzard boys clinch promotion
Daryl Phillips (Faithfold A) - Superhoops hero warmed up for next month’s cup final with a hat-trick against last season’s champions